print profile


This page shows the 3 different formats the assignments can have

Examples

EverydaySpace SaverFormal Review

Everyday

An assignment with this print profile 

  • has the required space for the students working out (as an exam paper does) 
  • has a friendly font
  • do NOT show the marks for each question

This is generally the print format required.

Space Saver

An assignment with this print profile 

  • has NO extra space for the students working out 
  • has a friendly font
  • do NOT show the marks for each question

This print format would be sensible if the student does their workings out in a book rather than on the paper or if the student will be reading the assignment on a tablet or computer. Sometimes this is the format required for some schools homework policy. We don't recommend using this - as the amount of extra white space with a question is generally a good guide for how much workings out the student should include.

Formal Review

An assignment with this print profile 

  • has the required space for the students working out (as an exam paper does) 
  • has a formal font
  • DOES show the marks for each question

This is generally the print format required if you are using timely practice to make up a targeted test paper. We would recommend that doing timely practice in a test situation is done much less frequently than once per half term. The idea of timely practice is to have all the beneficial elements of reviewing work (spacing, interleaving, digging down into memory etc) without the less beneficial elements (fear of failure, waste of lesson time, not being able to ask for that little bit of help which will enable the whole question to be answered etc).